This is the hilarious moment when a delivery person got more than he expected when he was facing a turkey.
Trev, the turkey, 3 years old, showed DPD driver Graham Hayward, who was the chief at a package drop-off at his home in the Cotswolds.
The strange interaction between turkey and driver was recorded on Monday by the Pinchin family on CCTV.
Trev, the turkey, 3 years old, showed the DPD driver who was the boss during a package delivery at his home in the Cotswolds
Trev's owner, Lilly Pinchin, 21, who bred him from a chick, told MailOnline: "Trev is quite territorial:" He's basically king of the house and king of the Cotswolds! "
Lilly's parents, Darren and Nadine Pinchin, who live in Winchcombe, Gloucestershire, comment on the entire footage and are amazed at the ruthless behavior of their turkey and what he will do next.
A van drives into the driveway where Trev is waiting. DPD driver Graham Hayward spots him and carefully opens his door.
As he slowly gets out of his van, Trev asserts himself and watches Mr. Hayward closely, more like a watchdog than a turkey.
Mr. Hayward heads for the back of the car, followed by Trev.
The driver, Graham Hayward, finally gets back in the van to escape a territorial trev
When he opens the back door, Trev ducks under it and takes a stand behind it. At one point it looks like Trev disappears into the van.
When Mr. Hayward takes out the packages, Trev patrols up and down and sees him pecking the air. When the first package appears, he flaps his wings.
With two packages in hand, Mr. Hayward waits briefly and then walks around the side of the car, keeping an eye on Trev who is with him every step of the way.
The deliverer walks around the side of the van and keeps an eye on Trev
The driver drops both packages and turns the top one while Trev turns at the same time.
Then he jumps in the air and resolutely flaps his wings on the package and on Mr. Hayward, who tries to scan the boxes in the middle of Trev's flutter.
The box is placed on the floor when Mr. Hayward gets back in his van to escape Trev.
The card that the deliverer left behind explains why the parcels were left in the driveway
Mr. Hayward writes a card, which he hastily leaves on the top of the package, saying "I'm sorry, turkey" and "wouldn't go", along with "I alone", as an explanation of why the boxes in the house were left driveway.
Besides dogs, cats and horses, Trev is the only turkey on the family's small farm.
He goes for a walk with the six dogs and, according to owner Lilly, is a fan of glittering sneakers.
Trev (shown in all its glory) lives in a small business in Winchcombe, Gloucestershire
He likes to patrol the yard, but is usually in a turkey run when delivery drivers call.
The packages escaped without damage and the family returned home to see how Trev looked after them.
DPD said the driver facing the turkey was Graham Hayward, who has been in Gloucester's depot for over 6 years.
He found the whole situation funny and went back the next day to the address where the lady of the house apologized.
"Apparently he had dance lessons that obviously paid off!" A spokesman for the DPD said.
Lilly Pinchin (picture right) and Lilly's parents, Darren and Nadine Pinchin (picture left), who live in Winchcombe, Gloucestershire, and make comments throughout the CCTV material
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